It’s no secret that over the past few years, tiny house builders have gotten the message that clients are really looking for a layout that includes a ground-floor bedroom. Liberation Tiny Homes developed their Strausburg THOW to meet that need.
The beautiful farmhouse-inspired tiny home is 28 ft. long, and in that space, they manage to fit a galley kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, living space, and yes — a downstairs bedroom. There is still a bedroom loft accessible by a storage staircase, for kids, guests, or even office space. What do you think?
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28 Ft. Modern Farmhouse Tiny Home
The awning over the door is a great idea.
The flip-up table has beautiful window views.
A mini-split heats and cools the home.
While it has a chair here, it looks like there’s space for a loveseat.
I like the little knick-knack ledge.
Industrial open shelving for displaying dishes.
Time to wash up!
Butcher block countertops and a two-burner stove.
Apartment size fridge on the other side.
The wooden accent wall really frames the space.
In the bathroom, there’s a fairly spacious shower stall.
The window is great for ventilation.
And wow! Look at the bedroom.
The loft also gets lots of light.
Would this house work for you?
The little bump-out is for the bathroom sink area.
28′ x 8.5′ trailer
30″ x 80″ thermatru front door
Lp smartside lap siding
Board and batten exterior accent
Awning over front door
Led recessed lighting
Shiplap interior wallboards
Luxury vinyl plank flooring
Oak butcher block countertops
36″ x 36″ shower
Bathroom vessel sink
Oak butcher block vanity
Barn door with full length mirror
First floor bedroom
Two loft sconces
Stained ceiling beams
Samsung 9000 btu mini split
30 amp electrical service
Furrion 2.4gpm tankless propane hot water heater
Furrion propane 21″ range
Whirlpool 24″ refrigerator
Combo or stackable washer/dryer
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This is a very nice house. Living area is a little small, but with the right furniture could still work. Love the kitchen and the loft. The bathroom is wonderful! Yep, it’s a lovely home.
I would like to know why so many Tiny homes have two burners instead of an apartment size stove. I see there is room for one in this home. Also why do they always have a window where the the sink is in the bathroom? I would put the window behind the toilet instead. These are just my thoughts. Other wise this is a nice home.
Reason is prioritizing usable space and appropriateness… A range takes up space that otherwise can be given to counter top and storage usage, which is often what is prioritized in small spaces. While not everyone needs a large cooking arrangement, especially when it’s only just one or two people. So it’s scaled to what they actually need and may differ in details, like some may prefer using appliances like Instant Pots or have an alternative diet like a raw diet where food isn’t cooked, some may prefer a flexible work space with plug-in appliances that can be put away to free up space and switched around as needed to maximize the usability in a small space, etc. to give some idea of the diversity out there…
For windows, placement is often where the sunlight can best reach the interior of the home, like directly in line with the door to the rest of the home, and arrangement often factors exterior symmetry for effecting the aesthetic appearance of the home/curb appeal…
Is it just me or does the staircase and loft area look like a disaster in the making? There are certainly non-invasive sight-blocking alternatives on the market.
Depends, some people standing still can be a disaster waiting to happen… Risk varies on the individual, depending on how vulnerable and how accident prone they may be… So it can be perfectly fine for some but you’ll have to evaluate your own risk level…
Yep…I am a certified klutz, so that secret is out 🤪